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  • In a follow-up post he explains that since Fidel is not as bad as Pol Pot, Cubans should stop complaining.

    Weekend at Fidel's

  • They vote, they have money, and they won't budge until Fidel is in the ground and they have control over the Havana casinos again.

    TSA: tighter screening for flyers coming into USA from 14 countries Boing Boing

  • Is there reason to hope for change in Cuba since Fidel is now out of power?

    Obama: Cuba policy to be based on 'libertad'

  • Fidel is only five days older than me,” he said glumly, holding up the fingers of his right hand.

    Twilight of the Assassins

  • [The book] became the target of controversy earlier this year when the father of a Marjory Stoneman Douglas Elementary student complained about the book's rosy portrayal of life in Fidel Castro's Cuba.

    June 2006

  • An ambiguous, somewhat cryptic statement issued Tuesday night in Fidel Castro's name said his health was "stable" and "my spirit is perfectly fine."

    August 2006

  • According to one rumor, Fidel is sharing a hospital room with General Franco ...

    August 2006

  • For the past fifty years, the Cuban expatriate community has had a bona fide devil (diablo) in Fidel Castro.

    Election Day 2008

  • Easier to make nice with a communist nation many miles away than one just off the coast, and even though Fidel is impotent now (more ways than one!) his name still carries a lot of weight with the American people.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 16, 2006

  • In Miami, for example, a book that gave a rosy description of life in Fidel Castro's Cuba, was removed from school libraries after Juan Amador Rodriguez, a former political prisoner in Cuba, complained about it.

    2006 June - Telic Thoughts

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